Saragossa
Zaragoza
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Zaragoza The Essential
Recommended
Nourished by the Ebre and the imperial canal that irrigates a fertile plain, Zaragoza imposed itself as a modern city when it organised the 2008 World Expo on the theme of water, a particularly sensitive subject here. Today renowned for its dynamism, the capital of Aragón is steeped in two thousand years of history and has managed to show off its heritage, a legacy left by the Romans and then the Arabs. The festival of El Pilar serves as a reminder that Zaragoza is also an important religious centre.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Zaragoza
Tapestry museum of Zaragoza
Tapestry museum of Zaragoza
The Cathedral of Zaragoza owns an
Palacio de la Aljafería
Palacio de la Aljafería
An 11C Arab palace built by the Bennihud
90 minutes
Zaragoza cathedral
Zaragoza cathedral
The Seo, or cathedral of Zaragoza,
30 minutes
Our Lady of the Pillar
Our Lady of the Pillar
The present monument, Saragossa's second
30 minutes
Camón Aznar Museum
Camón Aznar Museum
This museum has as its core the
90 minutes
Plaza de la Seo and Plaza del Pilar
Plaza de la Seo and Plaza del Pilar
These two squares form a vast esplanade
15 minutes